a shoe fitted with a metal blade for
verb (used without object)
to skate on ice.
v. use of
a boot having a steel blade fitted to the sole to enable the wearer to glide swiftly over ice
the steel blade on such a boot or shoe
) to glide swiftly over ice on ice skates
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In the winter, visitors can ice skate or ice fish, toboggan and cross-country ski.
Guests can even ice skate year-round at the all-weather rink.
Guests can ice skate and ice fish on the lake, weather permitting, and at their own risk.
Visitors can explore a range of skiing and snowboarding trails in the area, or ice skate at one of the region's five rinks.
Ice skate on the lake or enjoy a picnic and game of disc golf, if the weather permits.
Campers that stay near bodies of water may be able to ice fish and ice skate as well.
Guests can take a dip in an indoor or outdoor pool, or even ice skate all year on a synthetic surface.
The resort also has an ice skating rink, as well as ice skate and sled rentals.